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of this call, but do we have any sense of what fellow. >> rob:s are telling speaker boehner? how likely are we to see a vote in time to avoid going of the cliff? >> it really is up in the air. i'm told in part that's why house. >> rob:s didn't make a decision to bring the house back or when to do it because the ball really is in the senate's court, specifically with senate democrats. that has changed big time since a few weeks ago. at this point what they are trying to figure out is whether or not they can find enough republicans to cross party lines for what the president proposed right before he left for hawaii which is a scaled-back bill focusing on tax cuts and on what he campaigned on which is only keeping the cuts in place for those making under $250,000. is it a big ask to get ten senate republicans to get them to cross over. they think with the deadline that they're up against, it's going to be hard to go back home and say, i let everybody's taxes go up. >> so what do we know about it? >> it is still being crafted and that is part of the dance that's being done in these next few days w
that we have. >> wow. all right, i'd like to introduce the members of our panel today, rob is here, rob, could you come on up, rob neighbor, please join us. thank you so much for being here. (applause). >> assembly tom ammiano is here. (applause). >> and our state school chief tom torlichman is here and he is making his way to the podium. thank you all for being here. rob, i want to start with you. you are a los gatos man. how old was jill when this started happening. >> it started happening when jill was about 14, it started in december, she turned 15 in february and then less than a month later, she passed. >> i can't even imagine what that was like for you all. you have another daughter so you just couldn't fold so how did you deal with all that? >> that's one of the greatest challenges. you know, the devastation that jill went through, the pain, doesn't stop. families will testify it continues. it hits the community and now we have to continue to pull ourselves up and help our other daughter and the challenges of raising and parenting another child. you know, we can't just pul
? trouble. they're planning to rob you billie. rob me? why there ain't a man living that can do that. but there's two of them billie. only two of them? well it ain't quite a fair fight. did you find out what their plan is? i heard some of it, the big one, the fellow with the beard, he's coming in and asking you to trim his whiskers. then while you're doing it, the other one sneaks in the back room and opens your safe. oh i see, when i go after one of 'em, the other one is gonna get the drop on me from the rear. that's it billie. don't you want me to stand by in case you need me? no thanks joe. you go down and tell that sheriff to get that jail ready for a couple of crooks. sure will. so a bearded man's coming in here and ask me to do some cutting? well i'll do some cutting. it won't be on his beard. ♪ ♪ clarksville is just through those trees tonto. best place to look for slade and kirk? that's hard to say, they could be hiding in town or outside of it. the description we have of those two doesn't help much. they may be hard to recognize. them been on road many days, riding fast.
and their families. think about the potential liability as well. what if the homes get robbed? homes are robbed many times for the fire arms contained within. i know. >> greg: you have done it many times. >> kimberly: it happened to my husband's house in san francisco. they know you have weapons and they try to get them. >> greg: some people own guns because they're underthreat; therefore, you are publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> eric: the only people upset with this are people who don't own youngs. i have a browning over/under, if you want to know what the business end of it looks like, come through the house. it won't matter if i'm the "new york post" or "new york daily news" or not. people who own guns, publish it. that is the point. this is a safety factor. this house protected by smith and wesen, you mean business. >> kimberly: i have a bumper sticker. >> greg: this reminded me in allentown where you once lived people would put alarm signs on their houses when they didn't have an alarm that used to tick me off because i pay for the alarm. >> andrea: i had a fake
the potential liability as well. what if the homes get robbed? homes are robbed many times for the fire arms contained within. i know. >> greg: you have done it many times. >> kimberly: it happened to my husband's house in san francisco. they know you have weapons and they try to get them. >> greg: some people own guns because they're underthreat; therefore, you are publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> eric: the only people upset with this are people who don't own youngs. i have a browning over/under, if you want to know what the business end of it looks like, come through the house. it won't matter if i'm the "new york post" or "new york daily news" or not. people who own guns, publish it. that is the point. this is a safety factor. this house protected by smith and wesen, you mean business. >> kimberly: i have a bumper sticker. >> greg: this reminded me in allentown where you once lived people would put alarm signs on their houses when they didn't have an alarm that used to tick me off because i pay for the alarm. >> andrea: i had a fake car alarm for the car, i
more about it this morning the general manager here rob norton. thank you for joining us. exciting day for you. >> yeah, exciting another step. >> reporter: so what is this mean for the casino? will the restaurants -- everything be open 24 hours? >> we'll have food offering up to 24 hours, one of the restaurants will remain open all night. some of the others will remain on the same hours we expect about a 500 crowds that we currently kick out every night will now have a place to continue their entertainment experience. >> reporter: we were talking about this earlier but a lot of people don't know that you do have live entertainment here besides the casino obviously. >> yeah live is our name and live entertain system part of the brand. so -- entertainment is part of the brand. so every night we have live entertainment. to the big names that you'll find out there. we have an invitation only for joan jett coming up on the 30th and brian mcknight for valentine's day to throw out a couple of examples. >> reporter: let's talk about table games. a lot of people are curious about when they're
. >> reporter: deputies say not only did the suspects hide the man's body, they were also secretly robbing him blind. >> reporter: they noticed a smell coming from the backyard. >> my sister walked over there, and she's, like, wow! she could smell it from that far off. >> reporter: a smell so gruesome, it could only be one thing. >> the body. >> reporter: the body of of a 60-year-old man, a drifter, who had been dead for two years. his son never told a soul. instead, he allegedly hid the body in a large box he had been carrying around and stashed the box here in a relative a backyard. >> i can't believe somebody would even think about doing that. >> reporter: even worse, joseph and his girlfriend began to collecting the dead man's money, thousands of dollars in pension checks over two years. >> reporter: rel atives at the home did not want to speak. authorities say they didn't know that richard had died and only realized there was a body in their yard when they began to smell. now the suspects are behind bars, facing charges for theft and elder abuse. we don't know exactly how richard died.
. and then there is irena. in a few days, she will give birth in the shelter. both she and her husband were robbed on the way. >> it is not like the people who simply want to better themselves have what little they possess stolen from them -- it is not right. >> he wants to make sure people have some security and can report crimes to the police. in mexico, they now have the right to medical care. >> our politicians do not understand that we are in crisis mode here, and this demands unconventional solutions. >> only when that happens, he says, will la bestia become an ordinary freight train. >> that wraps up this edition of the "journal." captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
the suspects in this case not only hid the death of a man but they robbed him blind for years afterwards. people in this vallejo neighborhood first noticed it coming from the backyard of this home on warren avenue. >> my sister had walked over there and got about to where the red car is. and she's like, wow, i mean, she could smell it from that far off. >> reporter: a smell to gruesome it could only have been one thing. the badly decompromised body of a person. romar, a drifter, had been dead for two years. authorities say his son, 22- year-old joseph romer, never told a soul. instead, he allegedly hid the body in a large box and stashed it here in a backyard. >> i can't believe somebody would even think about doing that. >> reporter: even worse, authorities say joseph romar and his girlfriend began collecting the dead man's money. thousands of dollars in pension checks, over two years. relatives at the home did not want to speak when we knocked on their door. authorities say they didn't know that richard romar had died and only realized that there was a body in their yard when it began
a very volatile experience. generally somebody's robbed or suffered some other type of crime; the actors often committed by a stranger. in domestic violence by its nature is committed by a person that they deeply loved. we are asked to navigate to personal relationships. one of the huge challenges we face are delays in bringing cases to trial. we have three attorneys. we have to finish one trial before we can begin the next. we have extended exposure to their batterer and maybe change your mind about wanting to proceed. with changes in the law it is extremely difficult for us to continue with the prosecution without evicting that is interested in proceeding. in the past with call police officer and the relay what information they took at the scene that is no longer acceptable as evidence. without the vacant you often don't have the ability to put together the evidence to persuade a jury. it is critical for us to keep the victim engaged in the process, one, for his or her safety but ultimately to secure an outcome that will protect them in the long-term. to do that our offi
victims and robbed them right on the street and they fled the area and there is a pending investigation. december second, at 9:30, the victim had her cell phone stolen. and december second at 2:00 a.m., the victim had her cell phone stolen from the roof at the ruby sky. and december third at 2:00 a.m.. three suspects were arrested at the cellar for being drunking and resisting arrest. after being object jected by security they gestured that they had weapons and a fight ensued in front and on the street. the police were called and the subjects were taken into custody and booked at county jail. november 18th at 1:30 a.m. the victim had the iphone stolen from fiddler's green on columbus and the last one to note is on november 23rd at 10:30, a victim had her purchase stolen located at the condor on broad way. any questions or comments? >> thank you. >> is there any public comment on the police report? seeing none, we move to number 6, which is new business requests and future agenda items. >> i am going to skip number five, is there any commission comments or questions? >> just a minute. i
and point out how he wasn't robbed and almost beaten in his face only. intolerance he said nearly cost his life. >> so i think it was a hate crime because of my lifestyle and i didn't do anything. i didn't do anything. i don't even know these guys. >> reporter: so now he wants to move or at the least change when he leaves his house. not before he and his family take a stand. they are convinced kenneth was assaulted for being gay and will not cower until they see justice served. >> i think you have to get to anoint life that you just can't be afraid anymore. you know and this is our stand. this was my son. i know i will lay down my life for my son. >> reporter: now catching the suspects in this case may be a bit of a challenge. kenneth never got a good look you but his mother said she has confidence the city police department to solve the case. the police say the assault is still under investigation and have yet to call it a hate crime. >> now to the latest on your money for the senate majority leader predicted we would fall off the fiscal cliff next week. we bring you up to speed on the
performance? it should have been the president. hands down. and yvonne added, obama was robbed in the musical category. i'm going to let you finish, but obama had the greatest musical segment of all time. you can just sense the out cry. look at the headlines from around the globe. revvies rocked. backlash. and this one from china reads world outcry. in the long, two-year history of the revvies, we haven't seen this kind of backlash, so we decided to investigate. here's the scene tot in new york city. a full review of the best musical performance vote. and even got word of revvie voters stuck in long lines and being turned away by so kaulg c revvie voter id laws. so, for now, for those who feel the president was robbed, our honorary winner is president obama. and we have an immediate reaction to report. the crowds are going wild. [ cheers and applause ]
and their families. think about the potential liability as well. what if they get robbed? homes are armed many times for the firearms contained there in. it happened to my brother's house in san francisco. that's something that happens and they know you have certain kind of weapons, they might come in and try to hit you. >> some people own guns because they are under threat and therefore you are actually publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> the only people upset with this are the people who don't own gun. i have a gun, if you want to find out what the business end of that looks like, come through my house. it won't matter if i'm in the paper or not. the paper, in fact, that's the point. letting people know you own a gun is a safety factor. putting it on the door this house protected by smith & wesson, the bad guys are going to go somewhere else. >> you know what it is, it reminded me when i was living in allentown, where you once hitched, people would put alarm signs on their houses when they really didn't have the alarm which ticked me off because i paid for my alarm. >>
'm brandi hitt in for paula faris. >> and i'm muhammad lila in for rob nelson. happy thursday morning. or as i'm learning, day four in our terminology here at "world news now." >> yes. i'm so glad you came back. we were so worried. sometimes this shift scares people away. >> i've heard, and i think it's true, the viewers of this show are the coolest television viewers around. even though we get some different faces, there's one constant here, we've got willis backing us up. willis in the house, ladies and gentlemen. >> you can hear him behind us every time. thank you for joining us and staying up. maybe you can't sleep, but we appreciate you here with us. thank you, willis. >> any time. >>> coming up, we'll hear from a bush family spokesperson as the 41st president struggles to get better. then our other top story, the winter storm that is crippling a huge section of the country, setting its sights on the northeast this morning with a vengeance. >> and no one is being spared by this storm. >>> also this morning, survivor's guilt in webster, new york. we're hearing from first responder
>>> good morning. i'm muhammad lila, in for rob nelson. >> i'm brandi hitt in for paula faris. she's on assignment. we begin this morning with a deadly and deceptive storm system that is leaving communities covered in snow. the storm is being blamed for six deaths. thousands are without power. and travelers are stranded. a deadly winter storm has dropped massive amounts of snow from arkansas up through the midwest, to illinois and indiana. the powerful system is now a nor'easter, with strong winds and even more snow. >> we tried to get out of the parking spot. we're spinning in circles. >> reporter: the storms also spawned rare december tornadoes along the gulf coast. mobile, alabama, was hard-hit, leaving many without power. >> the power went out. we could hear it coming. we ran and jumped in the bathtub. >> reporter: the storms are also having a devastating affect on post holiday travel. people trying to find their way home are finding canceled flights or treacherous driving conditions. >> we're trying to get home. or plan "b," we spend more time with the grandkids here. >> repor
with robbing a woman at knife point over the weekend and was arraigned this afternoon. >> the day after christmas marks first day of the after rick kin american celebration of qaunza. a tribute to the african heritage through music drew a sold out crowd today. >> from drums to jazz... and of course, gospel... music tells a time line of the african american struggle. >> see, hundreds of years ago people were bought and sold and thought of as three fifths of a man. >> but with poetry and dancing the band began a week long celebration of kwanzaa with a musical journey through time. >> few remember when blues were born. here in sauce let qee l.o, the audience is largely kids. many have never seen a performance like this. >> to hear real music it's not just kid stuff, but for everyone. >> so are the seven principals including unity, create activity and faith. kwanzaa started in 1965 after the watts riots. now more than 40 years later there are efforts to broaden its reach as a universal celebration. >> because based on principles it's a holiday for everybody on the planet. >> the first day c
with you, if you're not able to sleep right now. >> and i'm muhammad lila in for rob nelson. i am so happy to be here. happy to be inside and away from all this weather we're seeing. in so much of the country. hoping everyone has a very safe morning. if you're on the roads, be very safe. >>> more than 1600 flights have already been canceled by the big winter hit. we'll check in with accuweather in a moment. >>> but also ahead, we're going to take you up in arms. the gun owners who are furious after a newspaper published their names and addresses and how public records are sparking a public outrage. >>> also, talk about what a year in politics. where do we even start? we're going to look back at the biggest campaign moments of the hardest fought fight of 2012. hopefully we can shrink that down into just a couple of minutes, because there's so much. >>> and later. a very good news story. you're going to want to stick around for this. lost and found. an owner is reunited with a cat that had been missing for seven years. the unlikely journey with a very happy ending. >> we'll tell you how it h
out about this program right now. so, i just want to say thank you to all of you, to rob black from the restaurant association, benny yee to being here, our merchants, our neighbors and all the city partners who really believe in supporting the businesses and of course to todd from the office of economic and work force development, supervisor chu and our mayor ed lee. thank you so much for this opportunity to help out our small businesses in our community. thank you very much and we'll be available for questions later on. thanks. (applause)
of issues rob and your family have dealt with in terms of using the internet safely and being aware of the harm you can do to yourself and to others by the way digital news can get around. >> assemblyman. >> thank you very much. i'm very, very heartened. this was an issue that's been in the closet for too long. i think high profile nationally now as well and we have super stars involved, lady gaga, myself, but you got to reach young people. usually peers are the best, i think, in terms of communicating things and then absolutely the parents. let's keep working, i'm only as good as the information i have and so we want to do the most effective long-lasting legislation. you know what happens sometimes, something is written in law but the attitudes don't change. so that is the human part, that is the part that should have consequences and not be ignored. otherwise the legislation really isn't doing what it's supposed to do, so thank you all very much. i really give a shout out to san francisco unified because they have been very, very on top of this issue, way ahead of the curv
johnson, rob gronkowski and arian foster. and notable names from the nfc, aaron rodgers, adrian peterson, calvin johnson and victor cruz, who will make his first career pro bowl appearance. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," treasury secretary tim geithner throws a monkey wrench in the fiscal cliff talks, announcing that the u.s. will reach its budget cliff by monday. we'll discuss that on "morning joe." and when we come back, we'll hudding around the water cooler, where it gets awkward in an interview between the obamas and barbara walters. that's next when "way too early" comes right back. ♪ >>> okay, enough with the real news, let's gather around the water cooler to watch barbara walters try to pull back the curtain on life at the white house. the 83-year-old journalist sat down to interview president obama and the first lady, assuming we've all heard plenty about the fiscal cliff, walters wasted little time pivoting to more intimate territory. >> when you look at this picture, what do you think? at what point was it taken? >> i think we were campaigning in iowa.
at maryland live casino rob norton. thank you for joining us. exciting day for you guys. >> yes, good morning, very exciting! tell us what will be happening. 8:00 this morningment that will be it. the doors will never be looked again huh? >> that will be unlocking the doors for the last time which is kind of a fun thing to say. we get to go 24 hours and be able to take the excitement and fun all night long now. >> reporter: with the november referendum voters approved table games. can you give us a timeline and how soon? >> you'll actually start seeing changes on the floor in the early january. as we reshift and adjust the entire casino to make videotape for the table games. we hope to open in early spring. >> reporter: okay and what kind of games are retalking about and how many? >> we'll have over 100 of your typical vegas style games, 12. but also have poker games. you'll look at everything from blackjack to craps to roulette. so on and so forth. and then later, later on a little bit later on we'll have a -- you know world class poker room that will be opening up with about 35 to 40 games.
in to burglarize your home or rob you. >> i agree with you totally. if you read the article that accompanied the publication of the list, that don't make it clear. it was based on a lot of emotions. there was a shooting in one of the neighbors this paper covers. someone was shot. they didn't name the victim or the person commenting on it it. but they quoted somebody saying i don't want to live next to a gun owner. the real question is beyond the response from the one person, what is it going to do? are these people going to move because they found out their neighbor had a gun. and where in the country would you be living that you wouldn't be living among gun owners. and what does it do to people that live in the community that don't own gun. it advertises the tact they can't defend themselves or at least defendant themselves in that way. the list that they published did not include so-called long guns so it's possible somebody not on this list does in fact own a gun. but some people are arguing you are telling potential robbers and burglarlers who to hit. >> if you are a criminal, and you ar
irresponsibly their web site. finders mission for anyone who wants to rob a house. i won't go to that house or granny's house down the road because she apparently doesn't have a weapon, go i agree with you, not only is this irresponsible. it's dangerous. i support the freedom of information act when which is the basis by which the newspaper got the names and addresses of these individuals that should not be trumped by common sense. there is absolutely no legitimate basis stated for the newspaper who have published this information. it's a danger to society. i believe there should be legal recourse. >> where is the aclu on this? very have they come out and said anything? >> i haven't seen the aclu. >> exactly. i support legislation that he is trying to get pass that would ensure in the future information contained on these gun permit applications remain private to me it's beyond irresponsible. this is agenda driven reporting. clearly intimidation tactic against anyone who is a lawful gun owner. that's a lawful act to own a gun. do you have a permit to do so. different types of permits in new
, right? robbing a bank is a federal offense. they got me on kidnapping, armed robbery. they're going to bury me, man. i don't want to talk to someone who is trying to con me. i don't want to talk to a flunkie pig trying to con me. >> get back there! get over there! get over there, will ya? >> he wants to kill me so bad, he can taste it. >> that was my who's that moment with charles durning. that was when i needed to know his name. i had seen him already several times in small parts in a couple movies, including a few years earlier "the sting" which won an oscar for best picture, but "dog day afternoon" was the first time i saw charles durning's power as an actor unleashed. a few years later a lot of people had that moment with charles durning when they saw him falling in love with dustin hoffman's character in "tootsie." >> you know, i only took two pictures my whole life, my high school graduation and my wedding. my wife was standing next to me. i never said i would want anybody to fill her place. that changed last weekend. >> lester? >> leslie. >> leslie? >> i have to do this now o
's 11, 12 years younger than me. i feel like i'm robbing the cradle. >> in real life? >> in real life. not on the show. >> you're not playing cougar thing? >> no, no, poor jay has to age up. >> talk about your real-life husband. >> there he is. say hi, tommy. >> how long have you been married? >> this new year's it will be two years but we've been together eight years. >> tell us your story. i met him through my brother, my brother's friend. i found out he had four kids, i about [ bleep ] -- sorry, you can bleep that out, you want to do that again? i found out he had four kids, oh, my god, but i love his kids, they are terrific. >> you've got your wolfy. >> not really anymore. he's 21, he'll be 22 soon. he's got his own life going. >> they leave and rarely come home. >> they don't care about you any longer. all the time i put into raising him. >> he's quite the musician, isn't he? >> he's very good. i'm a little prejudiced, but i think other people do know how good he is, too. bass is his least best instrument. he's really great at guitar and drums mainly. >> obviously, his dad, eddie
feed trip to the national zoo that was canceled because the government shut down. so you've robbed your young kids of access. thanks so much for coming on the program. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >>> up next, capital cliffhanger. behind the scenes in the fiscal cliff negotiations and now what it takes to get a deal done. c! get in the game! [ male announcer ] don't have the hops for hoops with your buddies? lost your appetite for romance? and your mood is on its way down. you might not just be getting older. you might have a treatable condition called low testosterone or low t. millions of men, forty-five or older, may have low t. so talk to your doctor about low t. hey, michael! [ male announcer ] and step out of the shadows. hi! how are you? [ male announcer ] learn more at isitlowt.com. [ laughs ] hey! >>> developing now, we just got an emphatic denial from the white house about that rumored proposal being sent to the hill by president obama to senate republicans to avert the fiscal cliff. and nbc's white house correspondent peter alexander joins me now. republicans saying, oh, t
infection and underwent gal stone surgery. rob robin kerr now is reporting outside of his home in johannesburg. >>> in this house watched by local media nelson mandela is no doubt resting. after 19 days his doctors sent him home here to his johannesburg residence. while this is good news, they're saying he's still receiving high care which means behind these walls his doctors and nurses are still closely monitoring and observing him. while in hospital mandela was treated for a lung infection and had surgery to remove galstones and these are the most recent pictures only him taken in july by cnn at his 94th birthday party in 'tis home surrounded by his large family. but he looked bewildered and didn't smile. so different to the vigorous man who fought so hard, endured so much. other recent years, though, the former south african president has seemed frail and unsteady on his legs. public appearances became increasingly rare. just too much effort for a man in his 90s. those he did make, mandela sometimes dozed off during speeches and seemed confused. he's mostly spent his time at
is protected by a gun. >> basically, it will give you a sheet map of, hey, i won't go to this house and rob this house because they have gun, they can defend themselves. let's go target this house and break into this house. these people's lives are more in jeopardy. >> reporter: others have called for the paper to be prosecuted, likening the map to similar sex offender maps. an expert in new york state law disagrees with that comparison. >> the fact is licenses are issued in order to tell the world individuals are qualified to engage in a particular activity. >> reporter: qualified to engage in it, now for all your neighbors to see. it's important to note not everyone on the map owns a gun, just a list of everyone who has applied for and received a gun permit in the past. some permits belong to people who have a gun permit and died and meaning just because you see a certain address doesn't necessarily mean there is a gun there. >> a lot of privacy questions there. thanks so much. >>> coming up next, facing your future, the new app that lets you age right before your own eyes. do you like wh
. when you can create a potentially harmful situation where someone can get robbed, retired police officer can get killed which has happened before, you are creating a situation -- stuart: is this not public information anyway? >> it is public now but they're working to change that. stuart: the government knows who has the registration for the handgun. the file a freedom of information act i can get it. >> you can get the information but not where it belongs. >> you want the government to know but no one else to know. people who own guns might be fearful of the government only having that information. there are people who want their firearms because they don't trust this government. stuart: i am out of time. come back and tell us how things are progressing. thank you for joining us. lots of economic numbers came out at the top of the hour. new home sales up 4.4% in november, month over month, up 4.4%, housing market the bright spots in the economy. pretty good news. >> you get the consumer confidence reading, it is discouraging. how do you explain, can you blame it on the fiscal cl
white director rupert sanders. she's involved with rob pattinson, everyone knows. >> he moved out very quickly after that. >> yes, he moved out very quickly. >> they broke up. >> but then they had to promote the final twilight movie "breaking dawn part two" all over the world for a month. they did get back together, they were seen dancing, et cetera. now that the movie's come and gone, it's a little bit of a question mark about their relationship. are they really together, are they not? we're watching them carefully. >> lindsay lohan, everyone's favorite train wreck. >> that's exactly what i say. this year lindsay tried so hard to get a comeback. she got this role, "liz and dick." >> i watched it. >> i couldn't take my eyes off it. >> i thought it was great in a campy way. >> it was extremely campy. she just can't get out of her own way. she didn't understand the reviews were terrible on this movie. she didn't see it as campy and she's had a really rough time. she continues the downward spiral, even her co-stars, i edited a story about how her co-stars were making fun of her at the pre
are released. one of them actually gets released and goes straight to rob a bank. you know, you're hoping at least the people they're releasing are reich low level kind of petty crime guys at the very least that they're not sending out bank robbers. what's happening here? >> i think that is the problem. we're talking about low level offenders in this case. but reality is low level offenders, we really got to ask ourselves, how many times has that low level offender offended and that what is the likelihood they will reoffend and commit more serious crimes? i really think we need to and closely that policy and how that may impact our safety in the future. >> juliet: here is what the lane county, oregon sheriff had to say about this. everybody we're releasing is dangerous to society. we're having to choose which ones to keep and which to let out that's scary. >> it certainly is. it really speaks to nome the economy and the challenges law enforcement face and has faced since 2008. >> juliet: how bad has it gotten? >> bad. massive layoffs throughout the country. in my home state, we've had sig
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